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The Commission has been asked by Victoria’s Attorney-General to review Victoria’s responses to stalking, harassment and similar conduct, including the way the Personal Safety Intervention Order (PSIO) system works in Victoria.
The interim report on Stalking was tabled in Parliament and ordered to be published on 6 April 2022. Download it from the links below (available as html, pdf, and Word files).
A final report will be prepared by 30 June 2022. The final report will also be published after tabling in Parliament, later in 2022.
Some of the material on these pages may be confronting or disturbing.
Need help now?
If you are experiencing being stalked now and you need help, you should contact the police, or (in Victoria) the Victims of Crime Helpline: Call 1800 819 817 Text 0427 767 891.
In other states:
NSW Victims Access Line 1800 633 063
NSW Aboriginal Contact Line 1800 019 123
QLD Victim Assist 1300 546 587
SA Victims of Crime 08 8204 9635
WA Victim Support Service 1800 818 988
NT Victims of Crime 1800 672 242
ACT Victim Support 1800 822 272
TAS Victims of Crime Service 1300 300 238
The Victorian Law Reform Commission encourages sensitive, ethical reporting of the issues related to this reference. We request that the contact details of support services are included in media reports because people who have experienced stalking may have long lasting trauma.
- Terms of reference received
- Submissions and consultations
- Submissions closed
- Final Report
- Tabled in parliament